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Pink Rescues Dog Named Nash March 2019

Oh My Goodness — Pink Rescued a Sweet Little Pup, and His Name Is So Damn Cute

You'd best believe I stopped scrolling mindlessly through my Instagram feed the second I saw Pink's daughter, Willow, holding a tiny little pup — I had to know if, six months after I bawled my eyes out over Pink's goodbye photo to her 16-year-old dog, Nanni, the family had adopted a new pooch. "Thank you to the Nashville Humane Association for bringing puppies to the show for us to play with," Pink captioned the adorable photo. "Of course we went home with one. Meet our new rescue, his name is Nash. Short for Nashville."

Oh my damn goodness — as if Pink's family on tour wasn't cute enough without a four-legged friend! Welp, I guess my life now revolves around Pink's Instagram and photos of Nash with her kiddos.

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